Second Chances SA presents an exclusive Adelaide host-screening of the award-winning and inspiring documentary film, “BACKTRACK BOYS.”Continue reading ““Backtrack Boys” – Special Adelaide Screening!”
Special thanks to Adelaide’s Sunday Mail (24/02/2019) for highlighting the invisible victims of crime – the children and families of prisoners.Continue reading “Adelaide’s Sunday Mail profiles invisible victims of crime”
As of 1 February 2019, we’ve been operational as Second Chances SA for four years now.
To celebrate, we’ve put together some of our favourite media highlights across the past four years.Continue reading “4 Years in the Media”
To celebrate four years since launching as an SA-proud volunteer-driven charity organisation, Second Chances SA is bringing together some of Adelaide’s finest musical talent for a one-night only charity concert.Continue reading “Second Chances SA 4th Anniversary Fundraiser!”
Every Christmas, Second Chances SA teams up with generous donors, churches and community clubs to bring joy to over 550 children and young people with a parent in prison here in South Australia.
Christmas Angels is a special program – connecting and strengthening the bond between children, families and imprisoned parents.
A very special character made his way onto national TV and into lounge rooms across Australia last week to get the word out about Second Chances SA and Christmas Angels!
The bewildering range of emotions ex-offenders experience as they leave the prison gates can be whirling.
You’re invited to join Prison Ministry Network’s Annual Dinner with Special Guest Speaker Michael O’Connell AM APM!
7pm Saturday 10 November 2018
Stirling Golf Club, 35 Golflinks Road, Stirling
Pop-Up Wedding Dress Sale!
If you didn’t get a chance to attend the sale Sunday 21 October or try on your special dress, you still have a chance – a ‘second chance.’
Saturday 3 November will be a ‘Pop-Up’ Sale to find your perfect wedding dress or fancy dress at an amazing price with all proceeds going to Second Chances SA.
In Spring 2008, Second Chances SA appointed our first Children and Family Worker, Sally Graham. It came about as we’d commenced mentoring camps for the children of prisoners in the previous year, but did not want to lose contact with the campers.